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Indoor Gardening: How to Grow a Luscious and Thriving Herb and Vegetable Garden Indoors (Your Guide to Growing Fruits, Vegetables, and Other Plants Indoors) Kindle Edition
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However, this "book" (ha, ha-it's not even the length of a good story) is way too basic once again. Everything the author writes about is completely common sense, and it's not even written well (or edited) like the Urban Gardening book. Basically, the only thing of value in this is the list of what grows well inside, stuff I already had figured out on my own by reading the back of seed packets (think, vegetables that will grow well in cooler / less sunny conditions, such as lettuce, kale, peas). If you've never lived on your own before, never owned a potted plant before, never grew anything on your own before, then maybe it's worth reading as a free book.
This "book" was exceedingly short and far from thorough--I read the whole thing in the time it took me to cook some pasta. It was more like a general overview pamphlet than anything descriptive or helpful, even for a complete beginner to indoor gardening like me. It spent more time talking about using coordinating and attractive pots than it did on actually growing and maintaining a luscious indoor garden. It's information on planting itself was basically non-existent. It lists a few plants which grow well inside, but that information can be found for free on several websites, as well as much more detailed information on how to set up and maintain and attractive, thriving indoor garden.
The pictures inside were also terrible quality. They were not properly edited for print and reinforce the fact that this book is that of a posturing amateur.
I will concede that the "information" presented was presented clearly, but it isn't difficult to present simple information.